Manufacturing in the U.S will build on its current strength by using “technology to empower American potential and ingenuity,” according to the Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM).
The institute, which is a member of Manufacturing USA, a network of regional institutes, looks to robotics to bring about the change. Robotics can “elevate, not eliminate the human roles in manufacturing,” ARM says.
The group’s mission is to help train the future workforce for the high-value careers will determine the future of manufacturing. And it focuses on lowering the economic, technical, and operational barriers that companies experience in trying to adopt robotic technology.